REQUISITE VARIETY AND ETHICAL DECISION-MAKING
Ethical decision-making is examined utilizing a model of requisite variety that introduces the concept of the Paradox of Increasing Knowledge and the reciprocal. This paradox is contrasted to the general question of how to evaluate ethical decision-making criteria and the management of social issues such as environmental management. The concept of social progress is conceptualized according to the hierarchical and progressive model of requisite variety established. The question ---
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